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Extraction and analysis of biologically active compounds in different Algerian honeys

Hamza Belkhodja, Asmaa Belmimoun, Boumediene Meddah.

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Aim: The aim of our work is to determine the qualitative and quantitative composition of honey from different regions in Algeria. Method: A qualitative and quantitative analysis was carried out on honey polyphenol extract with the characterization of the majors groups and the determination of the amount of total polyphenols. Results: The results indicate that the honey polyphenol extracts have different rates of phenolic compounds (Flavonoids, Tannins and Cardenolides). The polyphenol extracts present a concentration of 0.32, 0.4, 0.76 and 0.39 mg GAE/100 g for the extract of Mascara, Oran, Jijel and Tlemcen respectively. Conclusion: The different types of tested honey present a variable composition on phenolic compounds which allowed us to determine the different therapeutic properties of honey.

Key words: Apis mellifera, Honey, Polyphenols, Flavonoids, Tannins, Cardenolides.


 
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Hamza Belkhodja, Asmaa Belmimoun, Boumediene Meddah. Extraction and analysis of biologically active compounds in different Algerian honeys. J Apither. 2016; 1(1): 14-16. doi:10.5455/ja.20160507094104


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Hamza Belkhodja, Asmaa Belmimoun, Boumediene Meddah. Extraction and analysis of biologically active compounds in different Algerian honeys. J Apither. 2016; 1(1): 14-16. doi:10.5455/ja.20160507094104



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Hamza Belkhodja, Asmaa Belmimoun, Boumediene Meddah. Extraction and analysis of biologically active compounds in different Algerian honeys. J Apither. (2016), [cited November 15, 2018]; 1(1): 14-16. doi:10.5455/ja.20160507094104



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Hamza Belkhodja, Asmaa Belmimoun, Boumediene Meddah (2016) Extraction and analysis of biologically active compounds in different Algerian honeys. J Apither, 1 (1), 14-16. doi:10.5455/ja.20160507094104



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Hamza Belkhodja, Asmaa Belmimoun, Boumediene Meddah. 2016. Extraction and analysis of biologically active compounds in different Algerian honeys. Journal of Apitherapy, 1 (1), 14-16. doi:10.5455/ja.20160507094104



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Hamza Belkhodja, Asmaa Belmimoun, Boumediene Meddah. "Extraction and analysis of biologically active compounds in different Algerian honeys." Journal of Apitherapy 1 (2016), 14-16. doi:10.5455/ja.20160507094104



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Hamza Belkhodja, Asmaa Belmimoun, Boumediene Meddah. "Extraction and analysis of biologically active compounds in different Algerian honeys." Journal of Apitherapy 1.1 (2016), 14-16. Print. doi:10.5455/ja.20160507094104



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Hamza Belkhodja, Asmaa Belmimoun, Boumediene Meddah (2016) Extraction and analysis of biologically active compounds in different Algerian honeys. Journal of Apitherapy, 1 (1), 14-16. doi:10.5455/ja.20160507094104





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